Woodham Walter Parish Council

Welcome to Woodham Walter

Drone video footage of Woodham Walter

Woodham Walter village lies 2 miles off of the A414 between Danbury and Maldon. It possesses plenty of the ingredients of an attractive and vibrant historic Essex village.   It is a thriving community with a population of approximately 500. Woodham Walter has an ancient and beautiful parish church, village hall and separate meeting room, Bell Meadow which is a village green space, a primary school, a nursery school, together with two golf clubs, a holiday lodge park and three public houses. Woodham Walter benefits from numerous community groups and activities for all ages.

There are some fine walks in the countryside around Woodham Walter some of the paths provide links to Little Baddow, Danbury, Woodham Mortimer, Maldon and Ulting all of which border our parish. Woodham Walter is a village with many fine views.

The parish has an agricultural tradition offering varied land use pattern that includes arable and pasture land. The canalised River Chelmer runs west to east along the northern boundary.

Woodham Walter Parish Council represents the interests of the people living in and around the Village of Woodham Walter. Parishioners are very welcome to attend any of the Parish Council Meetings held throughout the year. Please view our other pages to find out more about the functions and services of the Parish Council.

To see information on Covid-19 please visit our dedicated pages. Please note – due to the current Coronavirus restrictions, Parish Council meetings will be held virtually until further notice. The Parish Clerk will continue to enable the council to fulfill its responsibilities to residents.https://www.woodhamwalterpc.org/coronavirus/